Caecilia Tripp

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Caecilia Tripp’s photographic works speak of cosmic reminiscences in a collective ritual, where bodies
unfold in a polyphonic rhythm between light and darkness, unboxing spaces of freedom. The exposed photographs
are stills from the film installation The Stars Look Lonesome, inspired by the writings and research
of Senegalese historian and scientist Cheikh Anta Dio.

 

The artist’s contributed to the Of Beauty, Blackness & Power exhibition_ at Arendt House.